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Chinese P2P Lending Platform PPdai.com Plans $350M IPO In US

Chinese peer-to-peer lending platform PPdai.com will seek an initial public offering on the New York Stock Exchange, the company said in a filing, marking the latest Chinese financial technology company to go public. PPdai.com is currently values as a unicorn on China Money Network’s China Unicorn List with a US$2 billion valuation.

Chinese Bike Rental Firm Youon Completes $87M Shanghai IPO

Chinese bike rental company Youon Bike, backed by Ant Financial and Shenzhen Capital Group, has completed an initial public offering on the Shanghai Stock Exchange, raising RMB581 million (US$87 million). It is the first stock market listing by any of the dozens of bike sharing companies in China.

Fortune Capital-Backed Incubator And Media Firm Iheima Completes Shenzhen IPO

Beijing-based start-up incubator Iheima, backed by Fortune Capital, has completed an initial public offering on the ChiNext, a NASDAQ-style board of the Shenzhen Stock Exchange, to raise a total of RMB182 million (US$27 million). As the first IPO of an incubator, accelerator and start-up media platform in China, Iheima issued 17 million new shares at the price of RMB10.75 (US$1.61) apiece, according to an IPO prospectus. The company is valued at RMB1 billion (US$140 million), based on its highest trading …

Venture-Backed BGI Genomics Completes $250M IPO On Shenzhen ChiNext

Chinese gene sequencing giant BGI Genomics Co., Ltd. today completed an initial public offering on the ChiNext board in Shenzhen, raising around RMB1.7 billion (US$250 million). The successful IPO comes after the company previously failed to list in the U.S. and Hong Kong, as well as an unsuccessful bit to achieve an A-share float via a reverse merger.

Chinese Bike Sharing Company Youon Bike Makes Second Bid for Shanghai IPO

Jiangsu province-based bike sharing company Youon Bike is making another try for an initial public offering on the Shanghai Stock Exchange, seeking to raise RMB598 million (US$86 million) by issuing 24 million shares. An earlier application was rejected in 2015. Founded in 2010, Youon Bike received an undisclosed amount of money from Ant Financial, the financial services affiliate of Alibaba Group Holding Ltd., and IDG Capital. However, Youon plans to end the funding, according to its IPO prospectus. The company …